Sports Presentation goes down a storm
Tuesday, 12 July 2016
Seevic Storm staff and students celebrated a year of hard work, dedication and success at the annual sports presentation awards held at Seevic College on Friday 24 June.
Craig Davidson, Head of Competitive Sport, said: “Friday evening was a fantastic celebration of sporting and academic achievement for the students in the Seevic Storm sports academies.
“We’ve had yet another tremendous year where both our teams and individuals have excelled both regionally and nationally.
“The atmosphere in the room on Friday was fantastic, we have something very special here with our programme and it’s an absolute joy to see our students perform at such a high level and leave us for the better not only academically and athletically but as better people as well.”
Ella Stapleton, 18, who studied A-Level PE, Maths and Biology, won two awards at the presentation; Female Sports Personality of the Year and Woman’s Football Academy Player’s Player.
After winning the awards, Ella said: “I was very surprised and didn't expect to win either award but I am proud to have won both of them and it's an achievement I will always remember.”
Seevic College competes at the highest level of national competitions. Sports offered include rugby, football, basketball, netball, volleyball, badminton, tennis, table-tennis, trampoline, golf, swimming and athletics.
To find out more and register your interest in sport at Seevic College visit www.seevic-college.ac.uk/sixth-form/sport
Abbie-May Walters – Female Athlete of the year, going on to do an apprenticeship as a Gym Instructor
Amos Filson – Male Sports Personality of the year, continuing to do second year at Seevic
Amy Rawlings – Netball player of the year, going on to Bournemouth Univiersity to study Clinical Exercise Science
Charlie Mann - Men's football 3rd team player, is going on to study Sports Therapy at the University of Essex
Ella Stapleton – Female Sports Personality of the year and Women’s football academy players player, going to Brighton University to study Physiotherapy
Grace Livermore - Women's basketball player of the year, returning to Seevic
Holly Coughlan – Woman’s football academy player of the year, continuing at Seevic to finish second year
James Hiscock – Male athlete of the year, Bath University to study sports performance
Joshua Devlin - Men's football 2nd team player, has recived a football scholarship to study in the USA
Josh Powell – Eddie Kay Trophy (academic and athletic excellence) and men’s basketball player, will attend Loughborough University to study Mechanical Engineering
Manashe Muzuz - Rugby man of steel award
Matt Lawrence – Men’s football academy overall player, Plymouth University to study Architecture
Will Fenton (Captain of the Rugby team), – Men’s Rugby Player of the year and Rugby Academy players player, University of Surrey to study Economics
Team of the Year – Men’s Rugby Academy